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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 1'tlE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1020 Xetbbrtbge, tUberta DAILY AND WEIKLY i and PublUheri THI HERALD PBINTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED Ut tth South, Ltthbridgt Mi A. Bushiniii President aod Mtnagicx Director Ternnee HusiLi'Jii Wanijer TELEPHONES auilnua Office (arterial Office 1Z5Z natural wall ol the valley. Full pro- vision however has beemuatie to guarJ any sucli Uudent-y. Due re- gard has been paid to the volume ol possible maximum of ihe provision being made for the passage, of secoud feet, i-o feet in depth over ibo crest of Hi" dam 660 feet long. Two years, or rather seasons, Mr. Anderson gives as tlmo which will be required to win- pleie tlie conslructioii. ruder PX Irouiely favorable oonijitious H I be pusslule to eowptete it iu one venr. I (bough the ..seasonal liniStalipu is a serious handicap. Mr. Anderson siaitio thai ln> neither endeavored to magnify the OEAIHBElS.il Meeting of Health Hoard De- cides To Close Schools Ow- ing to Influenza C.S.NOBLEILPS JMtmbir Audit Bureau of Circulation Subscription RaUi; Dai If, per weflt .....t -I Daily, delivered, per year 7.5 Dtily, by mall, per year....... br mill, per yeaf jr, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 iKmi) Our Own Correspondent) WIXXfFKKD. Feb. eiitiri temyiuniiy was sl.ocked to learn of aetitb of Mrs. W. A. Craig, whci died 'Momlay. Fob. 16th, at tbe frtmilj' residence, cuites of The liei-OKiVii was Helen Her John iHirkcman of Char- ,ud. age years. riht- i-anie to Winnifred 10 ago, deepest sympathy Js eityuded TO tiie lereavetl husband. Tho funoral tDkjU plan? on TJiursday, 19th. Northern I WiflnlfreJ. Oesiiies L friends slic has left a largq nutnler of relalives 2fcS 55c. The government relief men will be in Wfunified Monday. March 1st and will band out different relief. The friends cf Mr. Geo. Scott will be sorry to learn thai he is suffering from another relapse but is sufficient- 0-Youi Our Own Correspondent) .NOULEKOKD. Keb. On of last week the lied Cross society gave reception m the K. of hull for Pte. M. MacDowell. Pte. MaoDowell went overseas in the summer ot 191C and was the last one of the N'obleford boys to return to bis native town. After s varied program of songs aud roajliugE. Ctyt. H. lluncafiter. C.F1., gave an address of welcome to Pte. MacDowcII. and on behalf of lie Jtod Cross society and other JrJenJe presented him a cheque and purge amounting to Then followed an Informal social More Activity Than- for Many Years Agriculture School Being .Completed (Fnjm Our. Owk RAY.MON'D, Feb. Considerable aqrong the bunding trades Is presaging a' busy of coutruction deylte tho unprecented- IT ol material.' With the advent .of wtrmw weather has jwared a rnumptkm at building op- eratloiiB and It is expected that this will continue) during the spring. Work'on the handsome new school of agriculture haa been resumed. The heating syeltrn has been fully Install nllhougti II lias not yet beeu con up. of the ei'.erlcr work PA ICKED UP IN FOK'TBK HBBY MAM upright except the bagjage which was tbrown c-n its side. None o< tho passengers received awtom Injwten. 'More than JOO members of At- barta Provincial Bkowi .Carriage arc In convention In I Mmoatoa making an effort to brook. of oldest and clttMni pU In the of Kobtrt Ruthirford. The Protestant helm have all churches In Dion- top in Urolr Canvass for the Forward Mcve- lime and refreshments, which the gathering broke up with the elng- Ins of Lang Syire. The NoWeford Institute met in lie hotel parlor on Saturday afternoon to elect a delegate to the annual Institute convention to be held in Edmonton In the middle of March. Mtss M. Ferris was as tho Noblefcrd representative; then some ol the members thought there should be two delegates, so Mrs. Hay chosen as the second representative. Mr. Kllpatriek left on Saturday for Calgary. We wish Mr. Kilualrick every sirccoss in his new field; and we tak4 this opportunity to TreiccTuo tbe new manager and his MT. and -Mrs.- Conway. The Rod Cross society will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Stewart. Mr. Noble at Colonization Nesting Mr. C. S. Noble returned on Satur- day from Edmonton where he attend- ed tie first annual meeting of the Al- fafts been done on the main building, but there la itlll great remain- on the Inclde.- 'At work will centred on Ihe power house, which-building trill also house'tba mutual training B.nrt blacksmith .de- There ctlll remains much building to be done as when the In- stitution Is completed there is ex- pected to ha some ten or fifteen build- ings of- various sizes and descriptions. The principal building under con- In Ihe business area Is tho iiew King and Green garage. Thlj building will bo one of the f Intel in town. It le being liuiltv Just north ot the present Kins and Green build- Ing on Broadway. It will be built o( brick, with cement floor, steam heal- ed, and comniodiously planned. It will have a handsome entrance, ished tho entire block will house the Standard Bank, King Brothers, Keneral merchants, and the King and Green garage. The, sum of le also belnj spent on the old first ward church which is being remodelled and "con verled into a stake tabernacle lor the, Taylor staka of the Mormon church This building Is lielng remodelieil so as to accommodate large aongrega lions, galleries being Installed will this )n view. New pows for, the en tire tabernacle are being ordered. Th' The United Slates army transport Buford, which served as the' soviet ark to deport to Rusiia 249 undesir- ables, arrived in N'ew York Sunday. The home ot H. McLaughlin, [Wel- lington afreet, St. Thomas, was en tered by buretvn; and 518 In Oracle Sims, aged who lives lear Wlartou. is said by, her phyil lau to be suffering from sleeping j Ickness. ULO uvuaiuiivio UCMIK uiueiKU. in berta Industrial Development Associa- work ,n L Johngon recovered lo he out of danger again. :A't a meeting of the" health board -it .was decided beat to close the school in order to combat There is much sickness in jljslrict anil much influenza in (bo country but iir a much milder form than that of last year, McDonald's friends are de-. lighted to.see him able to he at home and around as usual. an early spring. lion. Tliis association was formed about a year ago, Mr. Noble serving on the advisory board. From this .was or- ganized the Industrial Congress and out of this again was developed the Colonization Assentation of Canada. Tbe officers of tbe executive are: President, Mr. M. A. Brown, mayor of Medicine Hat, and Secretary-treas- urer. Brig.-GDu, .riMacDonald, "who ,is Etecretaryi-trca surer, of both the. Al- berta Industrial Development Associa- tion and of Us'branch tbe Coloniza- tion Association of Western Canada. At present the plans'of tho -Associa- tion are only in the making and so canuoV of definitely described. Mayor Brown of Medicine Hal seems to be Ihe chief pfprnoter of the scheme an.d makes: a vWy'enthusiastic arid capable organizer., v The Assncicilan'plans to appoint an executive-committee to interview the boards ol trade in the. other western provinces, iinu to gel them io similar -associations to work in con- ardize coma lo a of In trade, During pMt two tdCM told CttnUtlTW fire- men of Canadian Paetttc from fort WlillMn to Pmclflu cout and ofrtcJali of tie WteuipeK. It to tbat a. factory wlU be reached early tbW ot tho new schedule, which been under discuision. The Mayors and Councils of Chat- ism and Windsor are preparing a paign to fight increased natural ras rates. Fireman McXuIly of St. Catharines narrowly escaped death when lie'was thrown from a fire truck under Ja street cur. It Is understood that tbe Inter- naUoual Nickel company of Canada has bought the huge sulphate copper mines at Plinflon, outright for Thora ia no likelihood of a govern- ment bill this session, ft is author! tatlvely to amend tbe prohlbi tlon Act of last session, BO'as to ro quire a two-thirds, intjorlty- before ac Is taken on; a provincial referen- dum. The "National" train, bound -foi Winnipeg, left'lho tracks on a- curv< four miles from Powson, Ont., on Saturday. Although tho angina am cars'went off the rails, all romalnei 1TH of mafces to cfcooie" frois, Uicre a good reason why fhls. Instrument is so popular. That reason It tho quality of de- _ The famous Mason Rlscb costs less than you think. Ask (or prices acfl easy payment terms. Style the main purpose of associa- tion for the whole country. That is, to complete arrangements and to em- yards pioy agents in European .and other was broken into and enough consumed to incapacitate number of. workmen.- Grcnt Britain is fundamentally sound both financially ami commer- ciallyy stoles Ihe American Chamber of Commerce of London, ling. The I statement is one of fact and not ot crops were secured in the Lctlihrulge inference In the information conveyed Northern. Irrigation District in tiie I in regard